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Amazing Race Canada in CTV's summer lineup

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TORONTO -- CTV has unveiled part of its summer lineup, which includes the reality series The Amazing Race Canada and the spicy new drama Mistresses, starring Alyssa Milano.

The Amazing Race Canada, in which teams will trek across the country in a bid to win a grand prize, is due to leave the starting line on July 15.

And Mistresses, which follows four girlfriends and comes from the executive producers of Gilmore Girls and Gossip Girl, will begin June 3.

Other shows on the docket include the new CTV original comedy Satisfaction, featuring the romantic lives of a group of friends.

It kicks off June 24 with a cast that includes Canadians Ryan Belleville and Luke MacFarlane.

Returning series include Charlie Sheen's Anger Management (June 24); So You Think You Can Dance (May 14 on CTV Two, June 25 on CTV); Masterchef (May 22); The Listener (May 29); Hot in Cleveland (May 26); and Saving Hope (June 25).

 

-- The Canadian Press

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 8, 2013 C2

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